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Fresh Air for December 28, 2013

Kevin Spacey (left) and Robin Wright star in House of Cards, directed by David Fincher. The Netflix series, which follows a Machiavellian politician, is an adaptation of a BBC series of the same name. Hear an interview with Spacey and Fincher. Patrick Harbron/Netflix hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Our Favorite Books, TV, Movies And Music Of 2013

Fresh Air Weekend: Our Favorite Books, TV, Movies And Music Of 2013

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Fresh Air for December 27, 2013

Once vehemently opposed to the idea of being the subject of a documentary, Brooks had a change of heart. The result is an American Masters episode, Mel Brooks: Make a Noise. WNET/American Masters hide caption

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Mel Brooks: 'I'm An EGOT; I Don't Need Any More'

Mel Brooks: 'I'm An EGOT; I Don't Need Any More'

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Amy Schumer isn't afraid to talk sexting, dirty talk or even the fine line between rape and deeply troubling sex in her comedy. Peter Yang/Comedy Central hide caption

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'Inside Amy Schumer': It's Not Just Sex Stuff

'Inside Amy Schumer': It's Not Just Sex Stuff

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Fresh Air for December 26, 2013

James Franco (from left), Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and Danny McBride all play versions of themselves in the post-apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, written by Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg. Suzanne Hanover/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg: Friends Till 'The End'

Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg: Friends Till 'The End'

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Fresh Air for December 24, 2013

In the sci-fi romance Her, a lonely man (Joaquin Phoenix) finds love in a rather unexpected place — with a computer operating system named Samantha. Warner Bros. hide caption

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In A 'Miraculous Year' For Movies, Edelstein Picks His Favorites

In A 'Miraculous Year' For Movies, Edelstein Picks His Favorites

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Kevin Spacey (left) and Robin Wright star in House of Cards, directed by David Fincher. The Netflix series, which follows a Machiavellian politician, is an adaptation of a BBC series of the same name. Hear an interview with Spacey and Fincher. Patrick Harbron/Netflix hide caption

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David Bianculli's Top 10 Shows: 2013 Was A 'Good Year For TV'

David Bianculli's Top 10 Shows: 2013 Was A 'Good Year For TV'

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